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Energy Conservation

Energy conservation includes energy efficiency, renewable energy replacement for fossil fuels, behavior changes and technology such as sensors to automatically monitor and control energy waste.

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USDA Boosts more than 500 Rural Clean Energy Projects

USDA provides over 500 renewable energy and energy efficiency projects to help farmers, ranchers and owners of rural businesses reduce energy costs and develop new sources of renewable energy.

Zero Energy Signs Better Than Any Electric Exit Signs

Photoluminescent safety signs use zero energy, reduce maintenance costs and provide long life.



Human Heat is Another Biomass That Can Generate and Capture Heat Energy

Energy innovation can use established technologies such as heat exchangers, merged with unused energy - such as human heat.

Top 4 Smart Grid Innovation Trends

GE funds 12 ventures to commercialize smart grid power technologies in the US and internationally.

Fuel Cell Efficiency Goal is Near-Zero Emissions

Fuel cells have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in many applications due to their high efficiency and zero- or near zero-emissions. The DOE coordinates, funds and provides technical assistance in fuel cell energy R&D and commercialization.

Tiny batteries for Electronics and Nano-scale Devices

Nano scale batteries are being developed for tomorrows electronic devices.

Burn Baby Burn - Managing the Carbon Cycle

We need to understand the whole system of natural resources to innovate sustainably. 

Energy Efficiency Comes from Greening Existing Buildings

Greening existing buildings is the next big green building trend.

Zero-Energy Commercial Buildings Consortium

The Zero-Energy Commercial Buildings Consortium in order to support the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Net-Zero Energy Commercial Building Initiative.

CalSPREE and California Long-Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan

The California Public Utilities Commission says it wants to make energy efficiency a way of life in California, and the CPUC has approved the largest energy-efficiency program in American history.

Energy Efficiency & Green Justice Breakthrough In Massachusetts

Green Justice Coalition's proposals will help the utilities achieve 3% energy savings every year. While the state needs to reach this level of energy conservation, the utilities' current programs save less than 1% a year.

LA County Sanitation Districts Create Create Variety of Alternative Energies

EPA's Green Power Partnership works with more than 1,100 partner organizations to voluntarily purchase green power to reduce the environmental impacts of conventional electricity use.  Overall, the partners are buying more than 16 billion kWh of green power annually, equivalent to the carbon dioxide emissions from electricity use of more than 1.6 million American homes.


Edited by Carolyn Allen, Managing Editor of Solutions For Green

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